Samanapaq is a Place for rest, that name belongs to what we offer, a lodge who offer relax, spacious and comfortable facilities allows visitors to enjoy everything that is offered as good beds, spacious rooms with bathrooms equipped spaces where inmates may be properly installed to allow for quiet.
Also the visitors can walk around three thousand meters of green areas with native tree plantations, orchards, etc.. and grass over the entire length, with the company of wild birds that brighten the environment. They can also relax in the hammocks installed in the green area and if they want to be able to attend the workshop to see the pottery production process of ceramics or participate actively in this process.
Samanapaq has the following services: Hot water 24 hours, Laundry, Tourist Information, Transfers to and from Cusco , Travel Services , Buffet breakfast is included with accommodation , Meals a la carte, Pottery Workshop, Ceramic Classes, ceramics Exhibition and Garage for 4 small cars
In our ceramic classes the pottery that is produced in our workshop is designed by artisans, whose production process shows that are unique and that its culmination, the final product is one-piece with a decorative or utilitarian and Inca high quality iconography, without the presence of toxics in their development. The pottery produced is displayed for sale in one of the hosting environments.
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B&B Facilities & Policies
- Board Games
- Free Wifi
- Internet Access
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Entrance to the town of Ollantaytambo at the end of the Alameda Principal (Street of the 100 windows' calle de las 100 ventanas') in the corner with Calle Pallpancaro.
The Hostel is right wall of the Wall where are the 100 windows.
The archeology of the area shows that it was occupied from about 400 BC although there has been no architectural evidence of this time, which if present from the period known as the Late Intermediate States or Regional Cultural Killke, 1200 AD and appreciated in the highest percentage Inkaica presence embodied in a political, religious, and administrative control, which is linked through a network of roads with other settlements on the edge of mountain, jungle, the capital of the Empire, Cusco and the Altiplano area.